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1 Detroit Public Schools ROBERT C. BOBB Emergency Financial Manager April 8, 2009 Facility Consolidation and Reinvestment Plan

2 The Vision Consolidate and Reinvest In School Facilities to Support Education and Safety Develop Community Driven Plan for New Facilities Leverage Surplus Facilities for Neighborhood Revitalization Facility Consolidation and Reinvestment Plan

3 23 schools to close in June schools to receive new students and investments Reduce school capacity by over 18,000 student spaces and 2.1 million square feet Reduce annual operating expenses by over $8 million Invest $20 million in receiving schools Consolidation of Schools and Reinvestment Plan

4 ALL SCHOOLS EVALUATED Academics: MEAP and AYP, Academic Programs Demographics: Enrollment Trends Facility Condition: Infrastructure scored from Utilization: Fall 2008 Enrollment vs. Capacity Financial: Fixed Costs (administration, utilities, supplies, maintenance) Community: Business and Community partners School Closure Criteria

5 October 2008: All Schools Measured Against Criteria November-December 2008: Potential Candidates Evaluated January-February 2009: Recommendations Finalized March Present: Emergency Financial Manager Due Diligence and Refinement of Closure Candidates April 2009: Public Engagement May 8: Final List Announced School Closure Process

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9 Preliminary Consolidation Candidate Graphics

10 LEGEND School Name (DPS Code) Grade Address = Closing Building School Name (DPS Code) Grade Address =Program Closure and/or Relocation School Name (DPS Code) Grade Address FY Enrollment (Official Fall PK-12 FTE Count) Capacity Range SCHOOL DESCRIPTION Reason for Closure: Description of Academic Environment: ( Estimated FY Enrollment ) ## (##)

11 Building and Program Closure Candidates

12 BARBOUR MS – JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure:Barbour has lost 69% of its enrollment over the past 5 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 370. Barbour is projected to lose another 53% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The building is significantly underutilized when it has the capacity to hold 1,353 to 1,951 students. Major building infrastructure components, such as the roof, heating, electrical and life safety systems, within the 89 year-old building are problematic and in need of significant repair and/or replacement, requiring a potential investment of around $4.1 million. Description of Academic Environment:Barbour is in Phase 8 of AYP and the students will be reassigned to Butzel and Marcus Garvey Schools, which are in Phase 0 of AYP. With this closure, additional math resources can be provided for “Students with Disabilities” to meet academic targets for Butzel and Barbour students. AYP = 0. Barbour Middle School Marcus Garvey (313) PK Sylvester Street 260 (481) Barbour MS (402) Seneca 370 (0)1,353 – 1,951 Butzel EM (408) PK Van Dyke 384 (502) 1,070 – 1,276 AYP = 0 Alert. Rationale: Academic Achievement; Utilization; Enrollment Trend; Facility Condition. AYP = 8. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = students 96 students

13 Barbour Middle School Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 1,353 Dollars Saved (Barbour) - $718,156 Dollars Reinvested - (Butzel) - $1,450,440 (Garvey) - $987,573

14 JOYCE ES – JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure: Joyce has lost 27% of its enrollment over the past 5 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 342. Joyce is projected to lose another 44% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The building is underutilized when it has the capacity to hold 517 to 544 students. The heating and life safety systems within the 95 year-old building are in need of repair. Since, Joyce ES is on the same campus with Barbour MS and shares boiler/mechanical system, the deteriorating heating system at Barbour has a negative impact on Joyce. Description of Academic Environment: Joyce is in Phase 0 of AYP and the students are being reassigned to Howe ES and Marcus Garvey PK-8, which are in Phase 0 of AYP (0) Rationale: Enrollment Trend; Facility Condition. AYP = 0. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 41. Howe ES (170) PK Garland Street 429 (424) AYP = students Joyce ES (191) K Sylvester Street Joyce Elementary School

15 Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 517 Dollars Saved (Joyce) - $241,970 Dollars Reinvested (Howe) - $408,570

16 Chadsey High School CHADSEY HS – JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure:Chadsey enrollment has increased by 15% over the past 5 years because of the 7th and 8th grades added to the building in The school’s fall 2008 enrollment was 967 students. However, Chadsey is projected to lose 48% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The building is underutilized when it has the capacity to hold 1,346 to 1,613 students. The major infrastructure components of this building are in poor condition. For example, the heating, electrical and life safety systems within the 79 year-old building are problematic and in need of significant repair and/or replacement, requiring a potential investment of around $4.9 million. Description of Academic Environment:Chadsey is in Phase 5 of AYP and the students are being reassigned to Southwestern High School and the reconfigured Munger K-8 School, which is in Phase 5 and Phase 8 of AYP, respectively. With this closure, additional resources can be provided for the students at Southwestern and Munger to meet attendance targets and academic requirements. Chadsey HS (514) Martin Street Southwestern HS (578) W. Fort Street Munger ES (469) K-8 (Reconfigured) 5525 Martin Street 967 (0) 633 (1,034) 354 (498) 1, ,613 1, ,063 1,025 – 1,025 Age of building is 94 years. Peak enrollment of 903 in FY AYP = 5. Age of building is 84 years. Peak enrollment of 809 in FY AYP = students 225 students This 79 year old building will close. The school’s peak enrollment (since 1998) of 1,079 occurred in FY Rationale: Facility Condition; Academic Achievement; Enrollment Trend, Utilization. AYP = 5. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 202.

17 Chadsey High School Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 379 Dollars Saved (Chadsey) - $1,000,512 Dollars Reinvested (Southwestern) - $780,680; (Munger) - $202,600

18 Cleveland Intermediate CLEVELAND HS – JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure:Cleveland has lost 33% of its enrollment over the past 5 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 692. Cleveland is projected to lose another 42% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The building is significantly underutilized when it has the capacity to hold 1,078 to 1,393 students. The major infrastructure components of this building are in poor condition. For example, the windows and heating systems within the 83 year-old building are problematic and in need of significant repair and/or replacement, requiring a potential investment of around $3.7 million. Description of Academic Environment:Cleveland is in Phase 8 of AYP and the students are being reassigned to Pershing High School and the reconfigured White PK-8 School, which is in Phase 5 and Phase 1 Delay of AYP, respectively. With this closure, additional resources can be provided for the students at Pershing and White to meet attendance targets and academic requirements. Cleveland Intermediate (414) Conant Street Pershing HS (568) Ryan Road White ES (376) PK-8 (Reconfigured) Charles Street 692 (0) 1,219 (1,367) 620 (764) 1, ,393 2, ,512 1,052 – 1,160 This 83 year old building will close. The school’s peak enrollment (since 1998) of 1,251 occurred in FY Rationale: Facility Condition; Academic Achievement, Enrollment Trend, Utilization. AYP = 8. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 110. Age of building is 80 years. Peak enrollment of 2,014 in FY AYP = 5. Age of building is 89 years. Peak enrollment of 1,147 in FY AYP = 1 Delay. 338 students 252 students

19 Cleveland Intermediate Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 1078 Dollars Saved (Cleveland) - $987,056 Dollars Reinvested (Pershing) - $919,425; (White) - $812,890

20 CLINTON ES – JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure: Clinton has lost 42% of enrollment over the past 5 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 262. Clinton is projected to lose another 42% of its enrollment over next 5 years. The building is underutilized when it has the capacity to hold 542 to 642 students. The surrounding neighborhood schools of Bethune Academy and Fitzgerald have capacity to receive additional students. Description of Academic Environment:Clinton is in Phase 0 Alert of AYP and the students will be reassigned to Bethune PK- 8, a school currently in Phase 0 Alert of AYP. With this closure, additional math resources can be provided for “Students with Disabilities” to meet academic targets. 262 (0) Bethune EM (141) PK Fenkell Street 593 (711) 1, ,171 Rationale: Utilization; Enrollment Trend. AYP = 0 Alert. Number of Students with Disabilities to be place by SPED staff = 41. Clinton ES (064) PK Chalfonte Street AYP = 0 Alert. 262 students Clinton Elementary

21 Clinton Elementary School Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 542 Dollars Saved (Clinton) - $392,868 Dollars Reinvested (Bethune) - $550,563

22 CODY 9 TH ACADEMY – JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure: Cody 9 th Grade Academy has lost 24% of its enrollment over the past 2 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 389. Cody 9 th Grade is projected to lose another 59% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The building is underutilized when it has the capacity to hold 742 to 1,088 students. The major infrastructure components within this 87 year-old building, such as the heating, electrical and life safety systems, are challenging and in need of repair and/or replacement, requiring a potential investment of around $3.1 million. Description of Academic Environment:The Cody High School program is undergoing a high school redesigned process which will impact the academic programming and environment. Cody 9 th Grade Academy HS (323) Southfield Freeway 389 (0)742 – 1,0882,108 – 2,465 This 87 year old building will close. This two year-old 9th Grade Academy program opened with 510 students in FY Rationale: Enrollment Trend; Utilization; Facility Condition. AYP = NA. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 115. Cody High School (516) 9-12 (Redesigned) Cathedral Street 1,098 (1,400) AYP = students Cody 9 th Grade Academy Cody is currently undergoing a high school redesigned process impacting its academic programming. The building will be transformed into 4 small High Schools starting in Fall 2009 with 9 th Grade and expand over the next three years.

23 Cody 9 th Grade Academy Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 742 Dollars Saved (Cody 9th) - $586,950 Dollars Reinvested (Cody HS) - $1,737,403

24 COLUMBUS MS – JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure: Columbus has lost 55% of its enrollment over the past 5 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 370. Columbus is projected to lose another 54% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The building is significantly underutilized when it has the capacity to hold 898 to 961 students. The neighboring school of Heilmann Park MS has capacity to receive Columbus students. Heilmann Park MS is a newly constructed building opened six years ago in Description of Academic Environment:Columbus is in Phase 6 of AYP and the students will be reassigned to Heilmann Park Middle School, a school currently in Phase 2 of AYP. With this closure, additional resources can be provided to Heilmann for “Students with Disabilities” and to meet attendance target requirements for all students. Columbus MS (418) Brock Street 370 (0) Heilmann Park MS (421) Crusade Street 538 (715)1,141 – 1,141 Rationale: Academic Achievement; Enrollment Trend; Utilization. AYP = 6. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 65. AYP = students Columbus Middle School

25 Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 898 Dollars Saved (Columbus) - $445,716 Dollars Reinvested (Heilmann MS) - $405,710

26 Coolidge Elementary School COOLIDGE ES – JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure:Coolidge has lost 48% of its enrollment over the past 5 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 327. Coolidge is projected to lose another 43% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The building is underutilized when it has the capacity to hold 715 to 785 students. The windows, heating, electrical and life safety systems within the 84 year-old building are challenging and in need of significant repair and/or replacement, requiring a potential investment of around $4.5 million. Description of Academic Environment:Coolidge is in Phase 0 Alert of AYP and the students are being reassigned to Henderson Lower and Upper Schools, which are in Phase 0 and 1 of AYP, respectively. With this closure, additional resources can be provided for students in these programs. Coolidge ES (070) PK Elmira Street 327 (0) This 84 year old building will close. The school’s peak enrollment (since 1998) of 930 in FY Rationale: Facility Condition; Enrollment Trend; Utilization. AYP = 0 Alert. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = TBD. Age of building is 63 years. Peak enrollment of 346 in FY AYP = 0. Henderson Lower (340) PK-2 (Reconfigured) 9600 Mettetal 242 (387) Henderson Upper (404) 3-8 (Reconfigured) 1601 W. Chicago 468 (716)952 – 1,362 Age of building is 46 years. Peak enrollment of 958 in FY AYP = students 190 students

27 Coolidge Elementary School Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 715 Dollars Saved (Coolidge) - $289,628 Dollars Reinvested (Upper) - $472,550 Dollars Reinvested (Lower) - $325,790

28 COURTIS K-8 – JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure:Courtis has lost 58% of its enrollment over the past 5 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 262. Courtis is projected to lose another 44% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The building is significantly underutilized when it has the capacity to hold 725 to 965 students. The neighboring school of Noble PK- 8 has the capacity to receive Courtis students. Major infrastructure components within this 42 year-old building, such as windows, heating and life systems, are challenging and in need of repair and/or replacement, requiring a potential investment of around $3.7 million. Description of Academic Environment: Courtis is in Phase 5 of AYP and the students will be reassigned to Noble, a school currently in Phase 0 of AYP. Consideration will be given to the implementation of a year-round program with an Environmental, Science and Technology theme at Noble. Courtis EM (054) K W. Davison Street 262 (0) Noble EM (473) PK Fullerton Street – 1,149 Rationale: Academic Achievement; Enrollment Trend; Utilization; Facility Condition. AYP = 5. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 47. AYP = students Courtis Elementary School

29 Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 725 Dollars Saved (Courtis) - $280,406 Dollars Reinvested (Noble) - $649,978

30 DETROIT OPEN – JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure: Detroit Open has lost 30% of its enrollment over the past 5 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 226 for a district-wide program. Detroit Open is projected to lose another 41% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The building is underutilized when it has the capacity to hold 342 to432 students. This program is costly to operate as a single- track PK-8. Description of Academic Environment: Detroit Open is in Phase 0 of AYP and the students will be reassigned to Langston Hughes Academy, a Phase 0 school. Detroit Open EM (903) PK Frisbee Street 226 (0) Hughes Academy EM (009) K McIntyre Street 236 (327) AYP = 0.Rationale: Enrollment Trend; Educational Adequacy. AYP = 0. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = students Detroit Open Elementary School

31 Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 342 Dollars Saved (Detroit Open) - $298,103 Dollars Reinvested (Hughes) - $269,540

32 DURFEE PK-8 – JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure:Durfee has lost 28% of its enrollment over the past 5 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 604. Durfee is projected to lose another 47% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The building is underutilized when it has the capacity to hold 1,218 to 1,718 students. The heating and electrical systems within the 81 year-old building are challenging and in need of repair, requiring a potential investment of around $1.2 million. Description of Academic Environment: Durfee is in Phase 0 Alert of AYP and the students are being reassigned to Winterhalter K-8, which is also in Phase 0 Alert of AYP. With this closure, additional resources can be provided for “Students with Disabilities” and to meet attendance target requirements for ELA and Math. Durfee EM (430) PK Collingwood Street 604 (0)1,218 – 1,718 Winterhalter EM (497) K Broadstreet Avenue Rationale: Utilization; Facility Condition; Enrollment Trend. AYP = 0 Alert. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = (971)1,439 – 1,497 AYP = 0 Alert. 604 students Durfee Elementary School

33 Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 1,218 Dollars Saved (Durfee) - $581,731 Dollars Reinvested (Winterhaulter) - $1,050,793

34 Guyton ES (142) PK Phillip Street 307 (0) Robinson MS (308) PK-8 (Reconfigured) Visger Street ,100 Rationale: Facility Condition; Enrollment Trend; Utilization. AYP = 0. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 15. Reconfigure from 6-8 to PK-8. AYP = 0 Alert. 307 students 316 (606) GUYTON ES – JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure:Guyton has lost 13% of its enrollment over the past 5 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 307. Guyton is projected to lose another 39% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The building is underutilized when it has the capacity to hold 479 to 529 students. The windows, roof and heating system within the 88 year-old building are problematic and in need of significant repair and/or replacement, requiring a potential investment of around $3.6 million. Description of Academic Environment:Guyton is in Phase 0 of AYP and the students will be reassigned to the reconfigured PK-8 program at Remus Robinson, a school currently in Phase 0 Alert of AYP. With this closure, additional resources can be provided for “Students with Disabilities” and to meet attendance target requirements for all students at Robinson. Create 4 new Pre-K classroom spaces within the Robinson building. Create new Technology, Robotics and Engineering Academy that will feed into Southeastern HS of Technology and Automotive Engineering programs. Guyton Elementary School

35 Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 540 Dollars Saved (Guyton) - $276,407 Dollars Reinvested (Robinson) - $832,440

36 HOUGHTEN ES – FALL 2009 Reason for Closure:Houghten has lost 51% of its enrollment over the past 5 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 233. Houghten is projected to lose another 26% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The building is underutilized when it has the capacity to hold 540 to 594 students. All of the major infrastructure system, such as windows, roof, heating and electrical systems, within the 85 year-old building are problematic and in need of significant repair and/or replacement, requiring a potential investment of around $4.3 million. Description of Academic Environment:Houghten is in Phase 0 Alert of AYP and the students are being reassigned to Murphy K-8, which is in Phase 1 of AYP. With this closure, additional resources can be provided for “Students with Disabilities” and to meet attendance target requirements for all students at Murphy. 375 (499)1,095 – 1,095 Houghten ES (168) PK Lamphere Street 233 (0) AYP = 1. Murphy EM (470) PK-8 (Reconfigured) Fenkell Street Rationale: Facility Condition; Enrollment Trend; Utilization. AYP = 0 Alert. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 29. Reconfigure from K-8 to PK-8. Create 2 new Pre-K classroom spaces within the Murphy building. 233 students Houghten Elementary School

37 Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 540 Dollars Saved (Houghten) - $326,373 Dollars Reinvested (Murphy) - $492,893

38 Lodge Elementary School 375 (604)1,095 – 1,095 Lodge ES (168) PK Lamphere Street 142 (0) Age of building is 46 years. Peak enrollment of 889 in FY AYP = 1. Murphy EM (470) PK-8 (Reconfigured) Fenkell Street This 59 year old building will close. The school’s peak enrollment (since 1998) of 235 occurred in FY Rationale: Enrollment Trend; Utilization. AYP = 0. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 14. LODGE ES – FALL 2009 Reason for Closure:Lodge has lost 4% of its enrollment over the past 5 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 142. Lodge is projected to lose another 24% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The building is underutilized when it has the capacity to hold 239 to 266 students. This small building is expensive to operate given the small number of students. Description of Academic Environment:Lodge is in Phase 0 of AYP and the students are being reassigned to Murphy K-8, which is in Phase 1 of AYP. With this closure, additional resources can be provided for “Students with Disabilities” and to meet attendance target requirements for all students at Murphy. Reconfigure from K-8 to PK-8. Create 2 new Pre-K classroom spaces within the Murphy building. 142 students

39 Lodge Elementary School Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 239 Dollars Saved (Lodge) - $215,879 Dollars Reinvested: See Houghten

40 Kinge, J.R. ES (201) PK Cheyenne Street 494 (0) Rationale: Facility Condition; Enrollment Trend. AYP = 0 Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 15. AYP = 0 Cerveny MS (412) PK-8 (Reconfigured) Strathmoor Street 1,090-1,247 J.R. KING ES - JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure: J.R. King has lost 19% of its enrollment over the past 5 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 494. King is projected to lose another 46% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The overall facility condition of this building is poor and its major infrastructure components, such as heating, roof, windows and life safety systems, are in need of significant repair and/or replacement, requiring a potential investment of around $3.2 million in this building. Description of Academic Environment:King is in Phase 0 of AYP and the students will be reassigned to Cerveny Middle School, a school currently in Phase 0 of AYP. Cerveny MS will be reconfigured into a new PK-8 program with the academic and performing arts focus. 398 (715) King, J.R. Elementary School 494 students

41 King, J.R. Elementary School Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 692 Dollars Saved (King) - $364,969 Dollars Reinvested (Cerveny) - $1,563,040

42 Macomb Elementary School MACOMB ES – JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure:Macomb has lost 63% of its enrollment over the past 5 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 163. Macomb is projected to lose another 35% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The building is significantly underutilized when it has the capacity to hold 403 to 511 students. The heating and life safety systems within the 81 year-old building are challenging and in need of repair, requiring a potential investment of around $1.1 million. Description of Academic Environment:Macomb is in Phase 0 Alert of AYP and the students are being reassigned to Elmdale Elementary School, which is in Phase 0 of AYP. Macomb ES (232) PK Evanston Street 163 (0) This 81 year old building will close. The school’s peak enrollment (since 1998) of 501 occurred in FY Rationale: Enrollment Trend; Utilization; Facility Condition. AYP = 0 Alert. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 15. Age of building is 58 years. Peak enrollment since 1998, of 436 in FY AYP = students Elmdale ES (110) K Elmdale 183 (296)

43 Macomb Elementary School Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 403 Dollars Saved (Macomb) - $293,949 Dollars Reinvested (Elmdale) - $343,030

44 John Marshall ES (239) PK E. State Fair Street 446 (0) Rationale: Facility Condition; Enrollment Trend; Utilization. AYP = 0 Alert. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 56. AYP = 0 Alert. JOHN MARSHALL ES – JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure:John Marshall has lost 40% of its enrollment over the past 5 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 446. J. Marshall is projected to lose another 39% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The building is underutilized when it has the capacity to hold 819 to 894 students. The neighboring school of Nolan K-8 has capacity to receive these students. The roof and heating systems within the 81 year-old building are problematic and in need of significant repair and/or replacement, requiring a potential investment of around $1.9 million. Description of Academic Environment:J. Marshall is in Phase 0 Alert of AYP and the students are being reassigned to Nolan PK- 8, which is also in Phase 0 Alert of AYP. With this closure, additional resources can be provided for “Students with Disabilities” and to meet attendance target requirements for all students at Nolan. Nolan EM (474) PK-8 (Reconfigured) 1150 E. Lantz Street 627 (857)1,112 – 1, students Reconfigure from K-8 to PK-8. Create 2 new Pre-K classroom spaces within the Nolan building. J.Marshall Elementary School

45 Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 819 Dollars Saved (Marshall) - $461,328 Dollars Reinvested (Nolan) - $416,198

46 NORTHWEST EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER – JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure: Northwest ECC enrollment has increased over the past 5 years, but been on a consistent decline the last three years. Northwest ECC is projected to lose 10% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The 12,400 square foot building has the capacity for 135 Pre-K and K students. Northwest ECC is an operationally inefficient facility. The heating, electrical and life safety systems for this 54 year-old building are in need of repair or upgrade, requiring a potential investment of $747,000. Description of Academic Environment: Northwest Early Childhood Center kindergarten population has not been traditionally retained by DPS as grade 1 students following their promotion from the school. Placing Pre-Kindergarten classrooms in elementary schools may increase the likelihood of retaining these grade 1 students. The neighboring MacDowell and Schulze Elementary School’s Pre-K/K programs will be marketed to Northwest ECC parents. Northwest Early Childhood Center Northwest ECC (275) PK-K W. 7 Mile Road MacDowell ES (231) PK W. Outer Drive Schulze ES (328) PK Stoepel Street 110 (0) 419 (364) 635 (612) This 54 year old building will close. The school’s peak enrollment (since 1998) of 126 occurred in FY Rationale: Operational Inefficiency; Facility Condition; Enrollment Trend. AYP = NA. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 0. Age of building is 69 years. Peak enrollment of 501 in FY AYP = 0 Alert. Age of building is 7 years. Peak enrollment of 659 in FY AYP = 3 Delay.

47 Northwest Early Childhood Center Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 135 Dollars Saved (Northwest ECC) - $173,589 Dollars Reinvested (MacDowell) - $451,800; (Schulze) - $343,020

48 Richard EM (306) K Lappin Street Pulaski EM (297) K Strasburg Street 431 (0) Rationale: Facility Condition; Utilization; Enrollment Trend. AYP = 1. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 29. RICHARD K-8 – FALL 2009 Reason for Closure:Richard has lost 30% of its enrollment over the past 5 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 431. Richard is projected to lose another 36% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The building is underutilized when it has the capacity to hold 784 to 872 students. The neighboring schools all have capacity to receive students from Richard. Major infrastructure systems, such as windows, heating and life safety systems, within the 81 year-old building are in need of repair and/or replacement, requiring a potential investment of around $1.2 million. Description of Academic Environment:Richard is in Phase 1 of AYP and the students are being reassigned to Trix K-8, Fleming ES, Pulaski K-8 and Brenda Scott Middle School, which are in Phase 2, 0 Alert, 0 Alert and 3 of AYP, respectively. Trix EM (354) K Bringard Drive 331 (457) 653 (622) Fleming ES (119) PK Strasburg Street 631 (676) AYP = 2. AYP = 0 Alert. 250 K-8 students 91 ES students 34 K-8 students Richard Elementary School

49 Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 784 Dollars Saved (Richard) - $273,094 Dollars Reinvested (Trix) - $487,226; (Pulaski) - $342,145; (Fleming) - $441,330

50 MARK TWAIN PK-8 – JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure: Mark Twain PK-8 school/program will relocate to the Boynton building as Mark Twain Academy at Boynton. The Boynton PK-8 students will be reassigned to the Mark Twain program. Twain and Boynton are two small PK-8 programs in significantly underutilized facilities with fall 2008 enrollments of 289 and 274 students, respectively. These small programs are costly to operate as single-track PK- 8s and consolidating into one larger program is needed. Description of Academic Environment: Mark Twain is in Phase 0 of AYP and the program and students will relocate into the Boynton PK-8 building and absorb the students from Boynton. Boynton is currently in Phase 2 of AYP and its program will close and staff reassigned accordingly. Mark Twain EM (235) PK Gleason Street 289 (0) Rationale: Enrollment Trend; Utilization; Operational Inefficiency. AYP = 0. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 29. AYP = – 1,007 Mark Twain at Boynton EM (235) (in Boynton Building) PK-8 (Reprogrammed) Visger Street 274 (451) 289 students Mark Twain Elementary

51 Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 642 Dollars Saved (Twain) - $276,892 Dollars Reinvested (Boynton) - $503,250

52 Program Closure and Building Remains Open Candidates

53 STARK ES – JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure: Stark has lost 45% of its enrollment over the past 5 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 172. Stark is projected to lose another 40% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The building is significantly underutilized when it has the capacity to hold 479 to 529 students. The windows and life safety system within the 40 year-old building are in need of repair and/or replacement, requiring a potential investment of around $1.3 million. Description of Academic Environment: Stark is in Phase 0 of AYP and the students will be reassigned to the reconfigured PK-8 program at Remus Robinson, a school currently in Phase 0 Alert of AYP. With this closure, additional resources can be provided for “Students with Disabilities” and to meet attendance target requirements for all students at Robinson. Stark ES (331) K Avondale 172 (0) Robinson MS (308) PK-8 (Reconfigured) Visger Street ,100 Rationale: Enrollment Trend; Utilization; Facility Condition. AYP = 0. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 33. Reconfigure from 6-8 to PK-8. AYP = 0 Alert. 172 students 316 (606) Stark Elementary School

54 Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 479 Dollars Saved (Stark) - $56,752 Dollars Reinvested (Robinson) - $832,440

55 Westside Multicultural PK-8 (079) Vinewood 313 (0) Rationale: Facility Condition; Enrollment Trend. AYP = 0 Owen Academy (282) PK-8 Reconfigured 2001 MLK Blvd (537) Westside Multicultural 313 Students 576 AYP = 0 WESTSIDE MULTICULTURAL – JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure:Westside Multicultural has lost 30% of its enrollment over the past 5 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 313. Westside Multicultural is projected to lose another 44% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. The building is underutilized when it has the capacity to hold 597 to 716 students. Description of Academic Environment:Westside Multicultural is in Phase 0 of AYP and the students are being reassigned to Owen Academy PK-8, which is in Phase 0 of AYP. Westside students are being assigned to an academic successful school and environment.

56 Westside Multicultural Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 597 Dollars Saved (Westside) - $250,623 Dollars Reinvested (Owen) - $509,590

57 Building Closes and Program Relocates

58 McNair MS (454) Marlborough Street 442 (0)1, ,412 MCNAIR MS/HS – JUNE 2009 Reason for Program Reconfiguration: McNair MS curriculum and academic focus were revamped two years ago as an African-Centered Middle School program. This program has shown positive results. It is recommended that this program relocate into Finney High School building, resulting in a 6-12 African-Centered complex. Description of Academic Environment: McNair is in Phase 0 Alert of AYP. McNair Middle School 2, ,593 McNair MS at Finney (454) Southampton Street 442 (355) The McNair African-Centered curriculum and program will relocate into Finney High School building as a separate program. This 82 year old building will close. The school’s peak enrollment (since 1998) of 1,128 occurred in FY Rationale: Utilization; Enrollment Trend. AYP = 0 Alert.

59 McNair Middle School Summary: Unused Seats Saved – 1160 Dollars Saved (McNair) - $332,602 Dollars Reinvested (Finney) - $1,326,830

60 Westside Academy Westside Academy (269) W. Grand Blvd. 553 (0) Westside Academy (269) Vinewood Street – 716 This 103 year building will close. In three years Westside Academy has outgrown this building and will relocate to another building. The school’s peak enrollment (since 1998) of 595 occurred in FY Rationale: Facility Condition; Enrollment Trend. AYP = 4. WESTSIDE ACADEMY – JUNE 2009 Reason for Closure:Westside Academy has increased its enrollment by 78% over the past 5 years, and has a fall 2008 enrollment of 553. Westside Academy is projected to lose 37% of its enrollment over the next 5 years. However, this program has been very successful in retaining students. This relocation will allow this successful program to operate in an appropriate educational environment. Description of Academic Environment:Westside Academy is in Phase 4 of AYP. Age of building is 7 years.

61 Quality of Life Improvements (28 Receiving Schools) $20 million* Completion of 2007 Closures Improvements $6 million* Infrastructure Components (28 Receiving Schools) $61 million (boilers, windows, roofs, etc.) Safety and Security Plan $25 million Improvements at Schools of Promise $88 million To tal Reinvestment $200 million * Work to begin immediately with an advance of $26 million from Bond Program. A request to authorize Federal Stimulus Funding will be made for the entire Reinvestment. All projects are shovel ready. They will create jobs for Michigan residents. And they will help DPS build the classrooms and schools necessary to be competitive in the 21 st Century. Summary of Facility Reinvestments

62 Quality of Life Improvements for 28 Receiving Schools Painting whole schools Security Audit and Upgrades Lighting Upgrades Playscapes and Site Improvements Bathroom Renovations Classroom Upgrades Science Curriculum Fixtures Floor and Ceiling Replacements Building Envelope Enhancements Summary of Facility Reinvestments

63 Classrooms without finished floors (Butzel)

64 Damaged Ceilings (Robinson)

65 Damaged Ceilings (Cerveny)

66 Based on Educational Plan Neighborhood Focused New K-12 Campuses Community Resources – Athletics, Technology, Family Centers Summer 2009 Community-Driven Plan for New Facilities

67 Demolish old structures Identify Re-Use Opportunities Public-Private Development Projects Stimulate Job Creation Leverage Surplus Facilities and Land for Neighborhood Revitalization

68 The End


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